Kimberly Lewis
Kimberly Lewis
San Diego, CA
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Kimberly Lewis
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Kimberly Lewis
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Platon Gelly
thanks for the book! Anyway looks like page 8 bottom left miss a word?
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Kimberly Lewis
Thanks for the heads up, @Platon Gelly !
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Kimberly Lewis
Human woman? Check! @stevenmc Honestly, I think you have a good grasp of facial features, especially the eyes, though you are right they are slightly off. With more consistent shading and detail throughout the face...this is on it's way to being pretty great! Remember, every drawing is a learning opportunity, and continuous practice will only refine skills further.
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Kathleen Downey
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I paid for two classes but only one is showing up in my profile missing basic drawing
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Kimberly Lewis
Hi there, @Kathleen Downey ! Sorry both courses aren't showing your classroom. You can add Drawing Basics by navigating to the course overview page, found here https://www.proko.com/course/drawing-basics/overview, and using the Add Course to Classroom feature. See below! Let me know if this helps. :)
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Guillermo R
1- Rhino with importance method 2- Rhino with light direction method 3- Rhino with different light direction 4- Monkey from observation with importance and light direction (worried I added too many details but I felt like they helped read the form of the sculpture and the light direction) 5- Giraffe from observation with light direction (It was really hard holding back and not start to shade this thing to read the form better but I added some lighter texture lines instead that seem to also help read the form)
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Kimberly Lewis
Agreed @Charlie Nicholson The monkey seems as if it might turn it's heads towards me. I love it. Very alive.
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Kimberly Lewis
Hi there, Richard! We use the embedded video player Vimeo on the Proko site. Unfortunately, Vimeo ended support for its existing TV apps — Apple TV, Android TV, Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick, and Roku as of June 27, 2023. Depending on the make and model of your TV, casting videos from the Proko site may or may not work
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Kimberly Lewis
Wow. This is beautiful. Did you use a reference?
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Michael Jr. Bijl
Cannot view anything !
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Kimberly Lewis
Hi there, Michael! If you click on the viewer above you can use our built in reader to view the eBook here. If you want to download the eBook please go to: https://www.proko.com/tool/anatomy-of-style-2/downloads
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Bernt Bigton
Two more attempts to sketch from imagination. I think it is getting better, but I am struggling to get the elephants proportions to look right.
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Kimberly Lewis
You win for most adorable reference photos. And the drawings are adorable. The self portrait one is my favorite.
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@offworld
Dürer, a pillow in ink. I made a mess of it. Probably not the best subject for me to tackle at this stage but it was an interesting exercise.
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Kimberly Lewis
So tough and you did great! I agree with @Charlie Nicholson Can't wait to see you come back to this in the future!
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He Li
Got my gears set up, ready to take my first project.
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Kimberly Lewis
Beautiful! Nothing like new gear and freshly sharpened pencils. :)
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He Li
I tried to learn how to use overhand grip, just made some clean tone and some random lines.
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Kimberly Lewis
These seemingly simple exercises are so important for growth! Work that muscle memory!
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Kimberly Lewis
Woah! Your progress is inspiring. Keep it up @Javier Lozano !
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@junsui
Cant seem to download it shows <Error> <Code>AccessDenied</Code> <Message>Access denied</Message> </Error>
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Kimberly Lewis
Good morning @junsui! What browser are you using? Has it been updated recently? Can you try to download via a different browser?
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Juice
Two seals from fantasy
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Kimberly Lewis
The little hat!
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@callum270300
I drew the pear before I heard the instructions but I thought I’d include it anyway.
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Kimberly Lewis
That pear looks DELICIOUS.
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Lynn Fang
This is an attempt to observe proportions only using my eyes (which is how I get used to do). I find I tend to draw things wider when eyeballing. It's good to do this practice after last assignment. I feel I can get a more efficient and accurate proportion measurement by adjusting the ratio using both methods. Thank you Stan!
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Kimberly Lewis
Bravo!
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Tim Carpenter
This orange [pre-demo] turned out messy, and shading was a pain in the ass, but I really like the result, especially when I step farther away from the drawing. Have a nice day!
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Kimberly Lewis
This is so cool. I just took a few steps back and love how it changes with the distance too!
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